The Caddo Herald
September 4, 1925
Miss Virginia Richey left Tuesday for Tuskahoma where she will begin her duties as teacher of the Junior Department in the school.
Roy Downing, former Caddo high school student and football players, left Friday for Haskell where he will be one of the football players.
M. T. Latimore was here this week from Leechville, Ark. visiting his mother. He will attend Bethany College near Oklahoma City.
It surely is thrilling to snap into radio stations all over the country. You can do it with an Atwater-Kent set procured from H. T. Chiles.
Horace Sargent left Monday for Stillwater where he becomes a student in A. & M. College. His many friends here wish him success.
Ed Rhodes, formerly with the City Garage is now with William’s Garage where he will be set to see his friends and do their auto and battery work.
The radio season- fall and winter- is just starting. Get an Atwater Kent from H. T. Chiles and enjoy the best things going on over the country.
Mrs. Mattie Lynch and Miss Pearl Lynch are home from a two months stay in Mineral Wells where the health of Mrs. Lynch was mint___ benefitted.
Mrs. C. D. Dale entertained her Sunday School class of young ladies last Friday morning with a sunrise swim and breakfast on Blue. Every one enjoyed the occasion.
Miss Alice Wilkerson of Anniston, Arkansas was visiting her cousin, Mrs. S. P. Hogan last week while on route to her home from Portland, Oregon where she spent her summer vacation.
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Monday evening the Junior Missionary Society were hosts to the Senior Society at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. McCoy. The young folks proved themselves fine hosts and the older women very much enjoyed the evening. This Society is under direction of Mrs. O. R. Smith, and the young ladies respond splendidly to her leadership.
The Bryan County Missionary Baptist Association closed last Thursday in Caddo, one of the best sessions the Association ever had. A. E. McCreary was chosen clerk and has his minutes already in the hands of the printer and they will soon be printed by The Herald. C. C Hatchett was chosen Moderator a second time. He performed his duties wonderfully well.
Mrs. Ida Shelby and daughters, Misses Velma, Helen, and Lois left Sunday for their home in Phoenix, Ariz. after spending the past three months in Caddo while Miss Velma attended the S. T. C. at Durant and received her life diploma. Their many friends in their old home town enjoyed having them here and wish success, health, and happiness in the great metropolis of Arizona, their future home.